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got inside our burned-out consulate in libya, 20 days before the fbi? michael grim is here next. oops... did it again. twice in one week. did you hear what vice-president biden said today? we will tell you. you tell us. are you beginning to think he might be working undercover for governor romney? i am just kidding. if you thought you did know governor sarah palin, think again. there is a new tell-all. two people who have known her for years are here, coming up. v. but because of business people like you, things are beginning to get rolling. and regions is here to help. making it easier with the expertise and service to keep those wheels turning. from business loans to cash management, we want to be your partner moving forward. so switch to regions. and let's get going. together. droid does. and does it launch apps by voice while learning your voice ? launch cab4me. droid does. keep left at the fork. does it do turn-by-turn navigation ? droid does. with verizon, america's largest 4g lte network, and motorola, droid does. get $100 off select motorola 4g lte smartphones like the droid r
in washington. the fbi arrived in benghazi wednesday, three weeks after the attack, but spent only about 12 hours there. we're back with dan henninger, and also wall street board, matt comiskey and bret, foreign policy has said to be a big edge for president obama. is that edge eroding maust of libya and the middle east. >> i think it is eroding and time the president to get credit for policies that don't exist. >> there's focus on the kind of bureaucratic blunders made both prior didded especially prior to the attack and not sufficiently securing our diplomatic security there. >> it's an important issue? >> it's a democratic issue. >> paul: don't we have to keep our diplomatic issues secure? >> yes, but it's not the largest issue. i think these congressman, darrell issa will be making a mistake if they don't make the point this is president obama's 3 a.m. call. and they knew our facility was under attack and our ambassador was missing and their instinct was, let's do nothing, let's ask for libyan government-- >> why would that-- what does that tell you about obama foreign policy, what coul
coming back as -- >> you've got to do with less. for what reasons i don't know. >> the f.b.i. was on the ground there a week ago, to get as much information as we can. we need to learn from the information. >> official in charge of all personnel fax silty and operation worldwide is under secretary of state for management patrick f. kennedy, highly regarded ziller is vant who has been in the post since 2007. fox news learned that on the evening of september 12, kennedy privately briefed key house and senate staffers and told them benghazi appeared to be a sophisticated attack that utilized light and heavy weapons. one participant told fox news that kennedy indicated it was fairly complex. not like a protest that got out of hand. >> we don't see at this point signs it was coordinated plan, premedicated attack. >> that narrative was offered four days later. not for another three days at a senior u.s. official stated publicly with under-secretary kennedy told congress privately. >> they were killed in course of terrorist attack on the embassy. >> there was a decision made at that
suspicious? why do you think the media got inside our burned-out consulate in libya, 20 days before the fbi? michael grim is here next. oops... did it again. twice in one week. did you hear what vice-president biden said today? we will tell you. you tell us. are you beginning to think he might be working undercover for governor romney? i am just kidding. if you thought you did know governor sarah palin, think again. there is a new tell-all. two people who have hey. hey eddie. i brought your stuff. you don't have to do this. yes i do. i want you to keep this. it'd be weird. take care. you too. [ sighs ] so how did it go? he's upset. [ male announcer ] spend less time at gas stations with best in class fuel economy. it's our most innovative altima ever. ♪ like in a special ops mission? you'd spot movement, gather intelligence with minimal collateral damage. but rather than neutralizing enemies in their sleep, yoargeting stocks to trade. well, that's what trade architect's heat maps do. they make you a trading assassin. trade architect. td ameritrade's empowering web-based trading platform.
developments in the search for the 10-year-old colorado girl who vanished on her way to school. what the fbi is asking people to look for now. >>> plus the latest in the growing meningitis outbreak we've been paying such close attention to. it is all happening now. jenna: very happy friday to you, everybody, i'm jenna lee. jon: and i'm jon scott. the race for the white house intensifies after sparks fly at the one and only vice-presidential debate. more on that in a moment. first let's see where the presidential contenders are today. president obama off the campaign trail, spending the day at the white house. just over an hour from now, governor romney attends a rally in the battle ground state of virginia. the latest "real clear politics" poll average shows the president holding a very slim lead over governor romney in a head-to-head matchup. four years ago, president obama won that state. 13 electoral votes up for grabs in virginia with 270 the magic number needed to win but last night all eyes were on kentucky, home of the only vice-presidential debate this time around. the faceoff betwee
witnesses? >> i have great regard for the f.b.i. but i don't know how you can do a forensic examination three weeks after the fact when so many people have access to the facility. why did it take them three weeks to get in there? thirdly, why did they leave so quickly? so many unanswered questions about this going all the way back just in terms of 9/11 before going over the last year. now it turns out the more security was requested, it was not provided. the story is coming through the administration. the whole thing with the f.b.i., again i have great respect for them. to wait for three weeks to go in and then go in and out in one day. i know they have locations but how can you have a crime scene investigation when you are not at crime scene. >> gregg: when journalists can recover sensitive documents literally weeks before the f.b.i. even get there, what does that tell you about the obama administration's handling of this? >> i have never seen any more mishandled issue. this involved the lives of americans and security of americans, involves a terrorist attack of americans, every stage
these continuing investigations by the fbi, the state department and others. we still don't know a lot of the facts in the case, shep. >> shepard: some republicans are saying that the vice president pointed a finger at the intelligence community. >> that's right. you mentioned that mitt romney went after the vice president today on the stump as well as some of mitt romney's supporters. two former bush bush officials were upset that the vice president last night suggested that this whole confusion over the last few weeks was anti-muslim video that caused this, the vice president suggested that was because of the intelligence community. well, two officials today, michael hayden as well as michael chertoff basically suggested that the administration was pushing off blame. they said in a joint statement, quote: it was clear any failure was not on the part of the intention community but on the part of white house decision makers who should have listened to and acted on available intelligence blaming those who put their lives on the line is not the kind of leadership this country needs. can i tell i i a
and how far sorry we are. >> the fbi is also on the case and they have hinted that they believe the suspect probably either lives here currently or has close ties here. harris? >> dan springer live tonight from colorado. thank you very much. >>> a boat loaded with bachelor partiers begins sinking in the san francisco bay. our top story on a fox trip across america. >>> california. that boat carrying two dozen people when it began taking on water near alcatraz island. the coast guard reporting the 40-foot vessel hit an unknown object. the coast guard was nearby rescuing everybody on board. >>> texas. a big rig hauling 50-pound bags of pinto beans goes off a driver. the driver not hurt. police say a blown tire likely caused the 18 wheeler to flip off the interstate and land on its side spilling, you guessed it, the beans. crews spent hours trying to lift the truck out of the embankment. pennsylvania. the fbi investigating after someone made off with an unknown amount of newly redesigned and still unreleased $100 bills. the feds saying the money was being shipped from dallas to the
of volunteers joining the f.b.i. and police to search for jessica ridgeway last seen going to school in westminster, colorado, friday morning. the school called to let her mother know she was absent but her mom works overnight and slept through the call, didn't get the message until eight hours later. the delay could make the search more difficult. her parents are divorced, in the middle of a custody battle but police have no reason to believe jessica is with her father. >>> en "fox news sunday," surrogates for both presidential going toe-to-toe. the first presidential debate sent the race for the white house into overdrive. >> we have three more debates, one is the vice presidential campaign where paul ryan is specific about what he would do on a budget, a budget bad for the economy, bad for job growth, it would increase taxes on 18 million people so we have a few more rounds. the first round was a very energized performance. it was big bird meets the big lies. now governor romney's going to be challenged for the remaining 30 days to explain how he pays for 5 trillion in tax cuts fo
to the f.b.i.. what happened. >> john: what is so secret. >> limited government. >> you say limited government. what kind are you talking about. can you be specific? >> yes, i can list cuts. >> would you cut defense? >> i would cut defense. >> so you are soft on defense? >> i know how i should answer the questions but under pressure it's hard. >> john: go back to the clinton days. my instinct is to answer the question that is asked but consultants to say don't. >> you are still answering my questions but most of the time you want to be delivering your message. >> they say sarah palin was good at that. >> governor palin answered the questions on her terms. >> that is not so. but because that is just a quick answer. i wanted to talk about, again, my lord on energy. >> she was able to pivot most of the questions on to ground that she was comfortable in handling the questions is on. >> john: they kept grilling. >> you think colleges are stupid. don't you think college is stupid is an irresponsible remark to make? >> no. for some people college is stupid. >> now they are going to make a
got the fbi on the ground at the scene but almost four years after the attack. the tainted evidence is going be if it is still there is not going to be as valuable. this s aborningled investigation that should have been quick, forth right and we need to know the answers. >> geraldo: talk about timing, senator isaacson and well, you should since the senate is now you in recess and does not readjourn until the 13th of november, the week after elections. has the obama administration succeeded in making this a nonissue for the november 6 election? >> i think that they are trying to make it a nonissue for the election. but there has been too much misinformation. senator corker and i respect secretary clinton greatly. she has been the most the forth right of anybody in the administration. the president has hardly talked about it. ms. rice has told what she was told to say not what i think she really knew and as bob corker said in the clip earlier the one briefing from clapper and ms. clinton and the members of the secret service and the fbi was a nonbriefing. we need the facts and we need
. >> the former f.b.i. agent says there were several instances of politically criminal activity uncovered during the investigation including a major bribery case that will be turned over to the f.b.i. tomorrow. >>shepard: thank you, shannon. there a new internal report out that shows the transportation security administration failed to follow basic security roars in newark. according to the report from t.s.a., they were executing standard patdowns only 17 percent of the time. this follows a different report from abc that said that t.s.a. hired a former catholic least in philadelphia after the church booted him on accusations he sexually abused young girls. now an aviation analyst and retired captain. thank you, captain. anyone who fly as lot cannot be overly surprised that everything is not going perfectly with thousands standing around, or the t.s.a. >>guest: no. i have said all along and i have said many times the security today at the airports is for better than september 10, 2001. the people are inadequately trained. the people are not given the proper equipment. because of this, there is a
there was no protest, and cameras reveal that, and the state department, the fbi and others have that video. >> reporter: in the last few minutes we heard from the head of diplomatic security, eric nordstrom, he said at all levels of government there were requests to have fully armed units at that consulate, and a request to extend a special team from the defense department was also denied. >> reporter: thank you so much catherine herridge. we'll listen to more of the testimony in a moment. but we want to remind you about the four americans who lost their lives in service to our country. ambassador chris stevens had devoted his life to a career in international relations. before serving as our ambassador to libya ambassador stevens was 52 years old. shaun smith was a ten year veteran of the state department, married, a father of two. glen doughtry was working for a private company when he was killed. he had spent 9 years as a navy seal. 42 years old. tyrone woods spent two decades as a seal and began a career as an independent contractor. he is survived by a wife and three sons. the state d
with her daily walk to school. the fbi is involved with the search, which has included a home investigation of jessica shared with her mother. law enforcement interviewing the family, not ruling anything out. here are the mother and father. >> everybody that knows me and knows our family knows that we didn't do anything. i know that it is something that has to be done. you know, they have to get it out there. >> they asked me if i thought that she did it, and i said, there is no way. i've never believed that. i mean, same as i would never do something like that. i don't see see how any parent or child. jon: investigators say that the family has been offering. the only clue is that the backpack was found miles from the house. if you have any information, here is the number to call it the westminster colorado police department, (303)658-4360. jon: at heart just breaks for the parents. what a strange story. the obama administration initially appointed to the assault in libya as a spontaneous protest that has to do with the anti-muslim film. here is secretary of state hillary clinton in the day
understanding as well. multiple investigations are now underway from the f.b.i. agents on the ground in libya to the state departments internal' view board, to lawmakers pressing for answers. >> we've requested c.i.a. cables. we've requested the department of -- excuse me. department of state cables that relate to this security of the facility as would relate to issues of my committee, and they've been a little slow in cooperating thus far. >> wednesday will mark the first full congressional hearing on the benghazi attacks. shep. >> shep: then a matter of how the white house classified that in the early going. >> we've seen these shifting accounts. fox news learned on september 12, under secretary of state patrick kennedy, who is in charge of the department's personnel facilities and operations world wide, briefed key hill staffers and told them this appeared to be a sophisticated attack and not like a protest that got out of hand, as one participant on kennedy's conference call told us. that conflicts with the account that u.n. ambassador susan rice offered when she told the sunday shows tha
. libyans -- [ overtalk ] hold on. you going to tell me it's too dangerous for the f.b.i. in libya? >> bob: i'm saying they can't go arrest people. >> eric: they can't? >> andrea: why are they there? >> bob: the f.b.i.? united states -- [over talk ] walk around the street of libya -- >> eric: libyan government. arrest him. >> bob: i see. >> dana: maybe the -- >> eric: they can absolutely do it. >> bob: that's ridiculously wrong it's beyond belief. >> greg: i want to compliment the obama administration for finding someone who makes debbie wa waserman schultz look competent. >> andrea: we are almost a month out from the original terrorist attack finally, president obama says i'll fix it in a calm way. you say it's not lie or coverup. is it incompetence? if it's incompetence -- >> dana: if they throw the "lie" word about romney and proposal for tax reform. but you can't actually look at the videos that prove that they were lying. ambassador stevens' remains are next to them, arriving in dover, they're blaming a video they knew, or should have known by that time, either the intelligence system
for a little girl who vanished on her way to school. where fbi agents and police are focusing their investigation. >>> and a deadly meningitis outbreak spreading. why health officials believe thousands of people could be at risk. what you need to know, all "happening now." jon: and a good tuesday morning to you. that means election day is four weeks from today. can you believe that? a big surge for governor romney in the race for the white house to tell you about. i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee. we're getting a look at more brand new polling which shows mr. romney's strong debate performance last week may be resonating with voters. take a look at this. this is thepew poll of likely voters. governor romney now holding a four-point lead over the president. the governor trailed the president by eight points in the previous poll. and among likely women voters governor romney has closed a huge defender -- gender gap with the president. both candidates even at 47%. compare that to the same poll taken in mid-september before the debate. take a look at that gap. go
doing what he was trained to do. bill: ivie leaves behind a wife and two young children. the fbi saying he and another agent who survived by the way were shot by friendly fire. martha: all right. moving onto this story in politics again. the potential new scandal that is facing the obama campaign. why a government watchdog is now saying that president obama may have accepted some illegal donations. big cover story in the mainstream press on this. we'll detail. bill: you just mentioned this. governor romney's debate win wasn't big, it was historic. we'll tell you about new polls that prove that. with three more debates to go we have must-see tv ahead of us, america. bob and andrea are on deck right after this music: "make"" music: "make someone happy" ♪it's so important to make someone happy.♪ it's so important to make meone happy.♪ ♪make just one heart to heart you - you sing to♪ ♪one smile that cheers you ♪one face that lights when it nears you.♪ ♪and you will be happy too. martha: well a stunning surge in gas prices across california. right now the statewide average
or myself as a talk show host for questioning what the pentagon, what our military, what the fbi, the c,o ia and our government regardless of the political platt form our president, she is entitled to her opinion. but i don't feel that we should just bomb every country when an ambassador is killed. i feel that's an emotional reaction. that's not something we as a nation need to do regardless of politics. megyn: you have a journalist expressing strong opinions about what we need to do in afghanistan. but she is an expert. is this so different -- she is a war correspondent. >> is it different than political reporters going on sunday shows expressing their views on politics? >> many liberals are trying to say she was attacked in egypt therefore this is too emotional for her. this woman has gone around the world and is saying the same thing several military individuals current and past have been saying for months on end to silent and deaf ears in media. what did we hear this month, this idea from washington. we were supposed to have some sort of peace treaty with the taliban. now they abandoned
-- >>> it was so safe that the fbi couldn't get in there. >> sean: an investigation?! this is a terror attack! they had
. . >> new details revealed in the death of u.s. border patrol agent nicholas ivie, fbi officials now saying friendly fire was likely to blame near the arizona-mexico border. investigators say they're still looking into the case for definitive answers, meanwhile, homeland security secretary janet napolitano making a trip to nicholas' homes and expressing condolences and joining her on the trip. the border patrol commander says that nicholas ivie died a true hero. >> investigators have made progress into the investigation, into agent ivy's death and are looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. i explained to agent ivie's family that if the investigation ultimately reaches that conclusion, it changes none of the facts, that agent ivie gave the ultimate sacrifice and died serving his country. that he died in the line of duty, and will be honored as such for his final act of service. >> certainly, he will be missed. ivie died after he and two other agents responded to an alarm triggered by a sensor aimed at detecting smugglers, another agent was wo
. >> good morning, heather. on thursday lawyers for the transit system told the judge that the fbi was investigating a verifiable threat of protests if those posters went up here in dc. but the judge ordered anyway it should go up by 5:00 siting the first amendment the add paid for by the american freedom defense initiative say quote if in any war between civilized men and the savage. support for men israel defeats jihad. many said they are offensive because they appoint muslims with savages. siting those concerns the metro wanted to delay displaying the ads because of the protests in the middle east. metro riders have mixed feelings about the course forcing the transit system to display them. >> i think they should be allowed on free speech grounds but i think it is incredible irresponsible. >> it is a big thing to call somebody is savage. this is america freedom of speech. >> oo we don't know exactly what time those ads will go up. we know they will go up at 5:00. there is one ad in four of the stations here. not particularly visible. they will be ready in case there are any prot
denies there was a cover up. this and the fbi investigation continues. >>> looking at the attacks the reason for people in congress being mindful of the fact there's ongoing investigation and not reveal anything that might compromise our law enforcement investigation. >>> beyond all that there will be questions about the security at the compound and whether there were warning signs that should have prompted the state department beefing up security detail. they had a big conference call about this last night. they did not invite fox to be a part of that with other members of the media something the state department later apologized for. >> from libya to iraq it is time to take a look at who is talking. >> another talk about the threat offal guide. the terror group is currently rebuilding in the country of iraq. they are trying to regain strength. this tells a different story than that of president obama. >> i told you i would end the war in iraq and i did. i said i would end the war in afghanistan and we are. i said we would refocus on the people who actually attacked us on 9-11 an
. >> there was no protest. the state department, f.b.i. a others have that video. >> the top state department official who testified before house government oversight committee confirmed he told lawmakers a day after this attack on the benghazi consulate that he believed it was terrorism. >> i believe it was the nature of it. leathtlethality of it, it was complex attack. >> ambassador kennedy defended ambassador susan rice who fiv ae rounds on sunday talk shows as it was a demonstration, prompted by a youtube video for anti-islam film that spun out of control. >> if any of the administration officials including any career official, were on television on sunday, september 16, they would have said what ambassador rice said. >> challenged repeatedly by a republican who returned from the region. i was in libya and nobody mentioned a video. >> in the year leading up to the attack, ied attack on the consulate in june, lawmakers were told that triply could not control the american interest. >> we could not rely on them for security, intelligence and law enforcement help to identify the emerging threat. or ask th
department, the f.b.i. and others have that video. speaking of video, the one in california made by an individual and out there for a period of time also clearly had no direct effect on this attack. >> when i was in libya, good part of the day, never once did a person ever mention a video. never. >> two documents obtained by congressional investigators, we now know that there were at least 230 security related incidents in the year leading up to the attack on the consulate in benghazi. at the hearing today, we heard from lieutenant colonel wood who recently oversaw a military security team in libya. >> it was apparent to me that we were the last flag flying in benghazi. we were the last thing on their target list. >> what we also heard today, a fact that was reported by fox news at thend of september, is that the consulate in benghazi did not meet the specific physical standards mandated by the state department for a posting that is high risk for terrorism and high risk for civil unrest, bill. >> a dangerous country. thank you, reporting in washington. the white house has taken a
that and the state department, the fbi and others have that video. speaking of video, the one in california made by an individual and out there for a period of time, also clearly had no direct effect on this attack. >> when i was in libya, good part of the day, never once did a person ever mention a video. never. and i am fascinated to know and understand from the president of the united states, from the secretary of state and from the ambassador to the united nations, how they can justify that this video caused this attack. it was a terrorist attack. >> this is a huge story. because you have the state department now basically saying that obamma was lying, that jay carney was lying, that hillary clinton was lying and susan rice was lying and anybody else from the regime who went out and tried to blame what happened to our ambass dar at benghazi and in cairo on this video, were lying, big lifetime. >> obama, shortly after the attack, told "60 minutes" that regarding mitt romney's response to the attacks, specifically in egypt, the president said that romney has a tendency to shoot first and aim l
september 16th would have said that ambassador rice said. >> there was no protest the state department fbi and others have that video. >> the one in california made by an individual and out there for a period of time also clearly had no direct effect on this attack. >> your knowledge on the situation in libya, did you come to a conclusion as to whether it was a terrorist act or whether it was based on a film that was on the internet? lieutenant colonel wood? >> it was instantly recognizable to me as a terrorist attack. >> insurance santly recognizable? why is that? >> main ly because of my prior knowledge there i almost expected the attack to come. we were the last flag flying it was a matter of time. >> you heard it there. the other question now facing the obama administration is who is to blame for all of this. bill o'reilly asking colonel ralph peters if it was going to fall on secretary of state hilly cloin ton. >> secretary clinton is a survive. she took the innovation course and clearly doesn't want to take the rap. she knows how deep this problem goes. >> i can asewer you no serious
to blame it on them. >> bill: ryan has to -- the f.b.i. and c.i.a. are
denver park was identified as jessica ridgeway. she was found 7 miles from her home. f.b.i. and local police are appealing to the community for help in finding her abductor. the 10 year old disappeared while walking to school a week ago. >> strong wind and tornados threatening states from ohio to texas. they are monitoring the situation with threats from the severe weather center. we are talking about severe weather stretching in our country from texas to parts of oklahoma and iowa and even southern portions of wisconsin. so it is a large area that is dealing with the possibility of large hail and damaging wind gusts and possibly tornados it is not unusual this time of year to see the possibility of the force of the weather because of the transitional. and we are seeing colder air moving on southward and where those air masses crash we tend sotee the violent thunderstorms it is fall and we tend to see them firing up and current temperatures in the 60s and 70s in texas. behind the front cooler and 50s. 50 in denver and 50 in albuquerque. high temperatures warming up in parts of texas a
the attack four americans dragged out and murdered there, we tried to get back. remember that story, the f.b.i. couldn't get back for weeks to the exact sight. >> brian: they were staying there 24 hours. >> steve: apparently there was -- this is where the white house in one of the instances fell down. they needed coordination between the libyans and department of justice and f.b.i.. the white house should have made that happen. they did not. people are starting to connect the dots. it looks like a cover up. last night on the bill o'reilly program. brit hume sat down with bill, smells like a problem for the white house. if this president were a republican, this would be a big story on all of the channels which currently it is not. >> certainly it is fair to say if it was a republican president. >> they would be going wild. >> a huge to do not only in the security and intelligence failure and senate cover up. that trail would be picked up it has fallen to fox new to follow up. >> pbs news did a good job. it comes down to cheryl. >> she is a very good reporter and that is one phase of the story.
in just over three weeks. it's taken obama three weeks to send fbi agents to benghazi. so we're sending a signal of weakness and paralysis, and as we learned on september 11th 2001 and 2012, weakness is provocative. megyn: julie, pat smith's grief is real, but i don't want to make this all about her n. the same way brian terry's family grieves for him in the fast and furious operation, but that story's not entirely about him. it's about our government and its decisions and its honesty and transparency with the american people. and, you know, having witnessed those hearings yesterday, do you think that there are legitimate questions still out there about whether there was adequate security, whether they responded to the demands being made for more security on the ground at our consulate in benghazi and whether this administration has been transparent and open and truthful with us in the days since september 11th, 2012? >> well, first of all, let me say mrs. smith deserves to have all the access to the information she can be provided with. megyn, you're a mother, i'm a mother, this is abs
this weekend, they tell us, about six files from her home. today an f.b.i. evidence team went inside that home while family members did interviews. jessica's father struggled to speak to reporters. >> the worst thing i've ever been through. i don't know what to do, you know. i just want to find my daughter. >> shep: just wants to find his daughter. the cops say the parents have a cooperated and they're following up on more than 400 tips. >>> after two years of unanswered questions and unending pain, authorities in mexico say they have finally arrested a suspect in the killing of an american along the mexican border. but the victim's wife says there is one thing for which she still needs closure and that's this. ...seems like you guys got a little gassed out there. enough already. c'mon guys. next question. hello! what's your favorite color? what's my favorite color? yes. purple. what's your favorite animal? sea turtle. what's your bedtime? do you believe in space aliens? ...i love puppies. hash browns or home fries? home fries. do you like my dress? why can't you guys ask good questions like t
focusing today and the fbi is involved as well? is that right? >>. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. the fbi got on board over the weekend. investigators were working overnight and searching. that search continues this morning. bloodhounds are also on the case. investigators say that they are going to once again go door-to-door in westminster. that is the suburb where jessica lives. they're doing this also in superior where that backpack was found. initially cops are asking the school district for help on this. they want to know kids who know jessica or go to school with her heard or seen anything that might appear suspicious of the they are not at that point asking for any additional volunteer searchers. bill? bill: let's hope for the best. skun -- alicia acuna live in colorado. patti ann: search for answers after the deadly attack in libya. congress set to hold hearings into the terrorist attack that killed four americans. subpoenas just went out. lawmakers are especially interested hearing from one man. we'll tell you who it is hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as pa
she was last wearing. the fbi is on the case as well. bloodhounds joined the search over the weekend. in terms of the community i can tell you personally what it's been like here. i live here in westminster. i don't live too are from where jessica disappeared. i've been out and i've seen her face just about everywhere and i'm going to send things back to you right now. jenna: nice to hear a personal perspective on this story as well. alicia, thank you very much. alicia acuna in colorado. meantime we'll run to some other breaking news out of virginia today where we see governor romney. jon: that's right, jenna. governor bob mcdonnell of virginia just finished his introduction. you notice all the white. these are cadets at the virginia military institute, a historic and highly regarded private military college that offers a lot of, feed as lot of officers to our military institutions. vmi in lexington, virginia. governor romney selecting it as the site of his foreign policy speech. let's listen. >> -- fireless -- tireless campaign companion, governor bob mcdonnell. he goes all over the
. >> when you had computers in the fbi that were 10 years old that weren't talking toker ocomputers the cia? that should have been correct would. >> meanwhile, mitt romney has a spring in his step after both of these debates, he was proud of paul ryan and obviously proud of his own performance at his debate. is he in ohio with renewed energy. >> i have had the fun of going back and forth across ohio and this week i was also in florida and iowa. i was in north carolina, in virginia. you know what? there is a growing yes send doe of enthusiasm more energy and passion. people are getting behind this campaign. >> i thought he was going to go howard dean there. i thought it was about to happen'. >> i was waiting for it too. >> he kicked -- >> if only howard came on the stage and. >> the romney campaign does say three times in the last couple of weeks they have had over 10,000 people at their events which is a big big number to cross. >> a little over 20 days to go. can you believe it? >> um-huh. >> can it come soon enough? >> all right, in the meantime, let's get to your headlines. more news to
department is doing its own review. the fbi is doing a criminal investigation as to not just who perpetrated the murders of these four americans, but also what went wrong when state department officials ignored warnings or not. so all of that will come out eventually. we'll see if it come out before or after the election. megyn: we'll have much more on this coming up in a bit. the vice president went a step further about libya and put the blame squarely on the shoulders of the intelligence community for the susan rice sunday talk show our where they blamed the assassinations on a video which we know is not true. he answered for the first time where they allegedly got that information and he put that on the intel community. ralph peters will explain why he says that claim directly contradicts the way america's intel community works. when the vice presidential debate was over there was nothing but praise for the vice president's performance beginning with president obama himself. >> i thought joe biden was terrific. i thought he made a strong case, and i really think that his passion for makin
dangerous, volatile and unpredictable things were in libya, as for the investigation on the ground, the fbi says they continue to coordinate with the state department, justice department and the defense department it figure out exactly what happened and who was responsible. but remember that the fbi wasn't able to get boots on the ground there for about three weeks after the raid when they'd already left the country. back to you in new york. >> peter doocy, thank you so much for that update. let's get the rest of your headlines now, we have to tell you about the rare fungal meningitis outbreak, seven time have died and 60 others are sick. it's spread across nine states and latest case ins ohio and minnesota. c.d.c. has linked the outbreak to steroids commonly use today treat back pain and those shots have been recalled and doctors fear that thousands of patients may have been exposed to this fungus. we've been updated now on the terrifying tour bus crash in new jersey and police say 23 people were hurt when the bus overturned on a highway exit ramp in wayne, new jersey. eight of them critic
fire, not drug smugglers likely killed an arizona border patrol agent this week. the fbi says it appears nicholas ivy and two other agents accidently shot at each other while chasing down drug runners near the mexican border, tuesday. investigators also don't believe the suspect ever fired at the agents. one of the other agents was also shot but is reportedly okay this morning. no arrests have been made his shooting is still being investigated. pope benedict's former butler stealing papers. leaking some to italian journalist. sentenced to 18 months in jail. turned into a scathing book that revealed corruption and scandal inside the vatican. he insisted weighs not a thief and said he leaked the information out of love for the church and the pope. >> the butler did it. >> all right. >> do you want to tell me about this next maneuver. >> my next reaction is ridiculous and unneeded. pullings out serious ninja moves. take a look at the blue shirted guy in the middle of your screen. watch. >> he nailed the guy. >> unnecessary or fabulous. >> he nailed the guy, right? because he is d
with radical islam and a f.b.i. act said do you understand you have a terrorist compound of islamic muslim training about 30 miles from your office, so you better be careful with what you're doing. that's how we became interested. >> steve: i understand a guy who was recruited out of prison to -- and wound up living with the people at the terror training camps who was working with the nypd, came up to you and he goes, look, i got to tell you the story because if people knew what was going on here, they'd be horrified. >> yeah. most people have never heard of it in the united states, a very foreign name. but almost everybody heard of "wall street journal," daniel pearl. and daniel pearl was on his way to investigate the leader of these compounds in america when he was kidnapped and beheaded and dismembered. this book and what ali has to say pretty much tells the rest of daniel pearl's investigation. they've been here over three decades; that they have committed assassinations and murders and kidnapping, that they're involved in gun running and drug running, that their whole goal is purify i
go sideways, it could go to the white house, the fbi. there are a lot of people and place thaes had to fai places that had to fail for this tragedy to occur. bill: do you think they misled you and the american people? >> absolutely. there is no question as senator corker said, at least by the time that ambassador rice made her outlandish statements at our most important ambassador, ambassador to the u.n. everyone knew it wasn't true. that becomes the real question of why in the world would an ambassador make a statement that was not supported even a few hours after the attack, and certainly wasn't supported a day, two days or in this case five days after the attack. bill: you have three principle players here, you have susan rice, hillary clinton and the president, right? are you suggesting that any of these individuals, or all of them, lied about this? >> well, certainly we are going to get to the bottom of ambassador rice rice' false statement. you have to understand something. the reason i called my committee back during the time when most members are home campaigning is because
, inconcluding jessica's mother who was the last person to see her. the fbi is heavily involved in the case. they urged the public to report anyone they know who is exacting suspiciously. >> any kind of unusual behavior between last friday and today. somebody very engaged in the media coverage of this particular investigation and maybe they're a little annoyed by all the coverage. if that behavior is not normal for them, we'd like to know about it. >> reporter: stranger abductions are exceedingly rare. of the 800,000 or so kids who go missing each year, 100 with taken by a perfect stranger or slight acquaintance, bill. bill: how is the community reacting to this so far, dan? >> reporter: you can imagine this story is dominating the headlines here. the principal at jessica's school he sees fewer kids playing outside. this is really having a big impact in this community. even as people cling to the hope she is still alive, there is a makeshift memorial gone up in a nearby park. people are on edge, parents, coaches educators. counseling is being offered in schools. a crisis center has been ope
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